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  1. #1
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    Need some help deciding

    Hey guys looking for a quick setup web server for my backups...

    I checked out http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=692645

    But I havent heard much about the company. Looking for a relatively large machine, minimum 500gig hd, quad core or something similar


    Let me know

    Thank you
    Jason

  2. #2
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    Need to get this machine ordered and up within 24 hours, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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  4. #4
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    Check THIS out
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=691516
    I Guess It Perfectly suits your need :-)
    Cheers
    ProlimeHost - Dedicated Server Hosting & Kvm SSD VPS
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  5. #5
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    Looking for un-managed server.

  6. #6
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    Ok Im checking these guys out, anyone know anything about them?

    https://secure.justedge.net/index.php

  7. #7
    Do you have any budget in mind?
    Wholesale Domain Prices for Retail Customers - Rushtoweb.com

  8. #8
    And this seems to have exactly what you are looking for..

    Now this is a real co-incidence...

    http://www.take2hosting.com/

    Website says: ready for your use in just 30 minutes.

    Intel Xeon 3200 series Quad Core processor with 8 MB L2 cache

    Dual 500 GB RAID edition SATA2 hard drives with 16 MB of cache
    Wholesale Domain Prices for Retail Customers - Rushtoweb.com

  9. #9
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    Dude, I'd go with either SoftLayer, Limestone Networks, or LiquidWeb - Simple as that. Forget about these small companies with their so-called "anniversaries" - Go with a company with loads of good reviews around WHT and an overall "good feeling". Spend a few extra bucks if need be, it's worth it, trust me - I've been down the long road of so called "budget" dedicated server providers, in which actually ended up costing me a lot more in the end.
    // Extra Moose - Modern Web Design with Usability in mind.

  10. #10
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    I know this thread is older, but I noticed a question about Take 2. I have a server with them, and I could not be happier. The price is good, the hardware is great, it has remote reboot and reinstall, and support is phenomenal. I haven't had any problems requiring support, but I've had questions about setting things up certain ways (Xen, RAID, RAM upgrade, etc.). Support always reviews my question thoroughly and gives a prompt, detailed response that is extremely helpful and goes far, far beyond what I would expect or be entitled to from an unmanaged server.

    You always worry when you sign up with a new company, but the past few weeks have proven that this was a great choice. You always want to feel that you're with a company that truly cares about your business and goes the extra mile. This company does that.

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